I’ve made a statement about there only being five true beachfront restaurants on Nevis…and taken to task for this observation. Here are the five that are right on swim-able beaches with golden sand, beach chairs and some shade structures (at no cost for guests) immediately in front. The first 4 face west for glorious sunsets and potential to see the “green flash”. They are: Yachtsman Grill and Bar, Chrishi Beach Club, Coconut Grove and Oualie Hotel, with the fifth, Nisbet Plantation Inn Beach Bar facing east for great sunrises and breakfast and lunch.
Yes, there are the famous/infamous beach bars just to the south of the Four Seasons, notably, Sunshines, Lime and Double Deuce. They are a couple of hundred feet from admittedly another great beach and chairs can rented…but are not beachfront by my definition.
Two other beachfront locations (no beach to speak of, but the ocean is right there), are Mangos (part of the 4 Seasons, just north of the main property) and Pizza Beach Restaurant, just off the east side of the Nevis airport.
It should go without saying the 4 Seasons could be included but during the holiday season, the main resort is restricted to hotel guests only. And, Montpelier Plantation Inn, located at a upper hillside of Mt. Nevis, has transfers to a beach club for their guests.
If I’ve missed any venue, please me know. Of those mentioned, I can recommend all of them as at one time or another over the past couple of years visiting Nevis, I sampled their menu offerings and adult beverages, with no complaint.
Enjoy, eh! Cheers, Richard.